Archive for the 'militancy' Category

economics of Holy Week

April 11th, 2017

After yesterdays work, Jesus returned to Bethany to stay with Mary. Mary was a close confidant of Jesus. Mary seemed to have an intuition as to what Jesus needed. This created a certain amount of jealousy among the disciples. It also seems to have been the determining factor as to why Judas betrayed Jesus.
After a […]

7 days that changed the world

April 9th, 2017

It is not very often that a person graces this world with their presences. Then, 2000 years later his presences here is still memorialized. And memorialized, for a full week with our memorizing of Jesus completely altering community life. With public schools being closed. Churches conducting nightly pilgrimages. By high lighting the events of Holy […]

A scary corpse

February 22nd, 2017

To the satisfaction of world leaders Jesus had been murdered. Placed in a tomb with guards stationed to make sure His corpse wasn’t stolen by His followers.
Then Mary Magdalene, perhaps His lover, and His mother came to see the tomb.
Then an astonishing event occurred. A great earthquake shook the landscape. An angel descended from heaven […]

Whether it is the G20 or a Nato summit the hidden fear

May 22nd, 2016

Consider this paragraph somewhat imaginary. But it’s probably more real than imaginary. Heads of world governments gather for summits seeking solutions for a troubled world. Most voices from the news media feature repeated segments about heightened security. Fearing that protesters wanting governments to pay more attention to solving global warming, social and economic justice issues, […]

What it means to be different

April 2nd, 2016

During the days that led to the murder of Jesus we find Him very busy. But there were a couple of days which were quite and peaceful. But it was the opposite, for the enemies of Jesus. They spent their time plotting as to how to silence Jesus. The plotting continued for two days. Soon […]

An American Crisis

August 28th, 2015

“These are the times that try man’s soul. The summer soldier and the sunshine patriot, will in this crisis, shrink from the service of his country; but he that stands it now, deserves the love and thanks of man and woman,” Thomas Paine, 1776.
How does Paine’s analogy play out today from the Christ perspective? Jesus […]

Love your neighbor what it doesn’t mean

August 3rd, 2015

The preaching of the gospel is the art of persuasive influence. Which results with the gospel being preached with variable esoteric forms. One is when Jesus trashed the temple. Calling it a ‘den of thieves.’ Because it was being used for the selling of merchandise, and not for its intended purpose, ‘a house of prayer,’ […]

The daring dare

June 4th, 2015

How a successful operative works to change society in Tampa Bay and around the world.

Not in modern American Christendom

October 3rd, 2014

Think of how we modern day Christians might more agreeably identify with the forth coming Pauline doctrine. If we rose up to insist that the government return Christ to the forum within the public arena; from which Jesus has been expelled. For the sake of two cursed idioms, political correctness and inclusiveness. Both of human […]

Epiphanies what they mean

March 31st, 2014

What you are about to read about a former world leader contains more truth than fiction. It’s about the epiphany experienced by the former president of the Islamic Republic of Iran.
This padre has also experienced an epiphany that America will be completely destroyed because of her sins against God Almighty. The prophet Daniel talked about […]